A free software to manage notes in Markdown format along with files and tasks using the Firebird database.
sqlNotex is a multi-platform free software useful to manage a large amount of textual notes in Markdown format on a single computer or in a local network using the open source database Firebird.
The notes are divided into notebooks and, within them, in sections, and it is possible to associate to each note a list of activities to be done, a series of attachments (files of any kind), tags and links to other notes. The search function may find the wished notes starting from the title, the text content, the modification date, the tags, the name of the attachments or activities. Files of Microsoft Word (docx), LibreOffice Writer (odt) and of unformatted text (txt) can be imported as plain text in a new note, while the original file is attached to it.
The text of the notes can be formatted if it is written by the user in Markdown format. The titles are displayed in bold and with a larger font than the rest of the text, while the various markers (asterisk, slash, etc.) are formatted with their own color. It is possible to copy the text of a note with any possible activities in HTML format and paste it into a word processor, or display it in the browser, or insert it into a new LibreOffice Writer document with one-click functionality, thus obtaining a regularly formatted document.
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28 January 2020
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